more Accounting than statistics but I have a problem with ARR, IRR, NPV and a few others...anyone interested?
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Maybe? Please post.
Initial cash outlay
Net cash inflows excluding depreciation
The cost of capital
Part 1: Prepare a spreadsheet using Excel or a similar program in which you compute the following for each proposed location:
Accounting rate of return on investment
Net present value
Internal rate of return
My opinion, just pop this into an Excel spreadsheet and it's fine.
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I have tried, I'm just not understanding the concepts. It seems the math is tripping me up. When I consider the answers requested, I think my Net Present Value for period 1 is the 5000000 and/or 2800000. Then period 1 which is equal to 5 years is discounted by the cost and tax. Do you feel I'm on the right track?